Welding

We get straight to the point: Our state-of-the-art systems allow us to carry out this work with absolute precision.

 

The welding of steel and stainless steel demands top-level workmanship and experience. This is because not all welding jobs can be performed by machines or robots.

 

For such jobs, we have well-trained personnel who not only boast the required expertise, but can also make use of state-of-the-art machines.

 

Spot-welding is part of the resistance welding process, as well as a method that does not require the use of shielding gas. In the first work step, the workpieces to be connected are precisely superimposed onto each other. Two electrodes press both workpieces together mechanically and fix the parts to be welded. A current flow is established between both electrodes via a high voltage supply.

 

The workpieces show resistance to the flowing current. This results in the metal heating up rapidly at certain points, and then liquefying. Through the mechanical pressure of the electrodes, both workpieces are fused together and cannot be separated once cooled down.

 

Our spot-welding and projection-welding machines have a nominal output of 63 kVA to 160 kVA and allow us to manufacture composite items with weld nuts or studs.